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Reena Parkey King (#47249526)
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Bio Photo I can now claim to be a snow bird. Texas has become my winter home. I am from the north end of Burt Lake, Michigan. My ancestors are Parkey, Crump, Butler,on one side and Carlson, Karr, Schultz on the other. The rest are branches, limbs, and twigs.I belong to The Burt Lake Band of Ottawa
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RE: Walker
Is it correct that John and Sadie had a daughter named Grace and then Sadie married Walker? That is information from the census and some people like to add it to the bio info, others do not. That's up to you if you want to add it there or just add it to the note area. Thanks!
Added by Meauwataka on Nov 26, 2014 6:26 PM
Jacob B
Julius Cantile
Hello Mrs. King.
Thank you for your work on Find-A-Grave. One correction if you don't mind: Margaret Belmer Cantile (1853-1926) #102748410 is linked to husband Julius Cantile (1856-?) #124421527. The dates on Julius are his father, Julius Cantile sr's dates. Also, Julius Joseph Cantile was Margaret and Julius' son. The recycling of names confuses things. Thanks again.
Jacob Belmer
Added by Jacob B on Nov 02, 2014 11:06 AM
St Francis Cemetery is Photographed
Hi Reena,
Recently, I photographed all of St. Francis of Assisi Cemetery, Alverno, Cheboygan County, Michigan. If you are looking for a photo of a relative in that cemetery, please feel free to let me know.

Added by Kateri on Oct 20, 2014 10:35 AM
Lynn Turner
Miriam Trudeau
Thanks so much for the transfer.
Added by Lynn Turner on Oct 01, 2014 4:58 PM
Dorothy Dechow
Thank you for updating my aunt, this way the future generations can link their family. Thanks for all your work, it is appreciated. RLE
Added by RLE on Sep 22, 2014 3:05 PM
Cathy Taylor
Annand correction
Hi Reena!!
I was attempting to send you a correction notification when I had a serious senior moment and hit the send button too soon. Please ignore the messages and I'll try it again. Sucks to get
Added by Cathy Taylor on Sep 13, 2014 11:57 AM
Jana Marie Lashmit
Thanks again Reena for being so prompt with the edits and corrections to the memorials. I really appreciate it :)

Added by Jana Marie Lashmit on Jul 19, 2014 6:09 PM
Jana Marie Lashmit
Hiya Reena!!!!

Wow thanks, that was quick!! Appreciate it. Am also adding others to the cemetery. Have a great day....

Added by Jana Marie Lashmit on Jul 16, 2014 5:25 AM
Alan Eugene Koch
RE: Lemorie
Hi Reena,

Frank Lemorie's sister Mary Jane was married to Charles Taylor.

Charles Taylor's father Reverend Michael Taylor was my wife's great-great grandfather.

Perhaps we can collaborate on the family tree?

My personal email address was in the transfer request.

Added by Alan Eugene Koch on May 08, 2014 10:56 AM
T Linn
Donald Judson
Find A Grave Memorial# 73402767

Reena - I'm glad to transfer management of Donald's memorial to someone who has a connection to him (he's not related to me).

I am descended from the first Train(e)'s to come to the American colonies. My 9th great grandfather was John Traine born in Scotland and married in 1635 in Massachusetts. I don't see a Stephen Train on my tree but I know our Train info isn't complete and I haven't worked on it in a long time.

With the exception of one family line, my mom's family lines have all been in America since 1634 up to the mid 1650's at the latest. My dad's family lines have been here since 1630 (possibly one on the Mayflower) and my direct line in 1772. So .. I'm lucky to have both sides of my family lines have a very long history in America. By the way, family researchers have identified several Native American marriages into my line so I also have that as you do.

Genealogy is amazing isn't it??
Added by T Linn on May 03, 2014 8:14 PM
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